There are many different types remediation technologies, but they can generally be categorized into ex-situ and in-situ methods. Ex-situ methods involve excavation of affected soils and subsequent treatment at the surface as well as extraction of contaminated groundwater and treatment at the surface. In-situ methods seek to treat the contamination without removing the soils or groundwater. Various technologies have been developed for remediation of oil-contaminated soil/sediments. In-situ technologies include solidification & stabilization, soil vapor extraction, permeable reactive barriers, monitored natural attenuation, bioremediation-
- 1:25 – Opening Remarks – Session Chair
- 1:30 – “In-situ Geochemical Stabilization (ISGS) of DNAPL” – Doug Gray, AECOM
- 2:00 – “Evolution and Advancement of Remediation Practices (Cool-Ox® Process)” – Eric Lundy, DeepEarth
- 2:30 – “Promoting Reductive Dechlorination of Chlorinated Ethenes in Groundwater via Biostimulation” – Laurie LaPat-Polasko, Matrix
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- 3:00 – Break in the Exhibit Hall – Carolina Ballroom
- 3:30 – “Remediation of a Trichlorofluoromethane Groundwater Plume Using PlumeStop® Liquid Activated Carbon™” – Rob Thompson, Antea
- 4:00 – “In-Situ and Ex-Situ Remedy for PFAS Contaminated Groundwater and Drinking Water” – Matt Geary, CETCO
- 4:30 – “Thermal Remediation Solutions – Technologies, Applications, & Design Considerations” – Robert D’Anjou, G.E.O.
- 5:00 – Adjourn